re-incarnation[ ree-in-kahr-ney-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF re-incarnation
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He literally was undergoing re-creation, re-incarnation, resurrection.
It is probable that re-incarnation may sometimes go the other way.
Sonnet No. 59 is most noteworthy, because it implies a belief in re-incarnation.
No trace of a belief in re-incarnation was found in any district inhabited by this tribe.
He is, in other words, the re-incarnation of Don Juan, pursuing in woman an elusive and impossible ideal.
Xenophanes also ridiculed the Pythagoreans, especially their doctrine of re-incarnation.
"Of re-incarnation," she replied, sitting down and looking at him across the corner of the table.
He saw in her the re-incarnation of her mother, his first impression of her, as beautiful as it had been fleeting.
But if we want to dig deep into the child's story for metaphysical morals, does it not also uphold the theory of re-incarnation?
What would become of the re-incarnation when no one knew where the two popes were dwelling?